Mies Van Der Rohe lounge chair: This was the last chair design of Mies that was put into production before the Second World War. It was first produced by Bamberg Metallwerkstatten, Berlin. In 1932, Thonet began producing this model in a version that was slightly shorter and higher. Finished with polished chrome plated tubular steel and upholstered seat and back. Alivar Mvsevm licensed reproduction - Article 327 Armchair. Also available in premium synthetic and genuine leathers.
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